Bette sill does everything BEAUTIFULLY! "Make Yourself Comfortable" is a pleasant, lush opening number. The melancholy sadness of "You Don't Know Me" is carried out well enough to bring a tear to your eye. There's the Phil Spector-ish or Jack Nitsche-esque "Say Goodbye to Hollywood", an amazing twist on a well-known Billy Joel song. The "I Never Talk to Strangers", a duet with Tom Waits, is his amazing "pick-up" number, you enjoy hearing time and again. I love the epic "waking up the next day" anthem of "Storybook Children". And the hard-rock Debbie Harry-clone of "Red", originally done by Sammy Hagar is my favorite. The "Empty Bed Blues" by Bessie Smith is a classic--everybody sings this one at one time or another. Then the Disney-esque "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes" is a cute piece. While the dreamy "Paradise" is also beautifully done, too. And keyboardist Craig Doerge with his wife, singer Judy Henske, wrote "Yellow Beach Umbrella", which of all the versions out there (including one Craig did on his solo LP), Bette's is REALLY the BEST! And the oft-covered Standard, "La Vie en Rose" is still Majestic Midler Magic that makes, to this day, BROKEN BLOSSOM a still one-of-a-kind!